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Perfect for both the Computer Lab and the Classroom Teacher, the “You've Been Hacked! Internet Safety Game” is an activity that will help students review these important concepts in a FUN and fast paced way! Your students will test their knowledge of internet safety by answering multiple choice que
This is an Internet Safety Trivia game with a fun twist. It has a few bonus blocks where a hacker pops up. The students get double the points if they can answer the hackers question. This is a fun way to learn about online safety.
Computer Terms, Internet Safety and Digital Literacy terms are covered in this fun, no prep, money saving trio bundle!These no prep Google Apps BINGO games are fun for students, saves you time and keeps students engaged. The product is accessible and interactive with just a few clicks, but it is als
Want a fun, digital, no prep activity to help you kids review internet safety? This all digital, Google Apps BINGO game is fun for students, saves you time and keeps students engaged. The product is accessible and interactive with just a few clicks, but it is also bundled as a printable pdf as well.
This is a fun game to help teach students how to be safe online. There are several questions that go through different online scenarios dealing with online friends, cyberbullying, pop ups and scams, strong passwords, and other online safety tips. Have fun playing a game while teaching online safet
Now a days our kiddos are starting to use social at much younger age. Throughout the last year fews we have seen emotional effects on children and teens who over use social media (and no I don't have a citation for this information but we all know it's FACT). If you are an educator like me, then you
This is a printable board game I created during my First Teaching Block for a third grade class. It is a great, interactive and engaging way for students to review their internet safety knowledge. I had students play in 2's, but can be easily modified for larger groups. Topics covered:- Unsafe links
* This power point lesson discusses important internet safety tips. Power point not included here - I will post later at a fair price. (It will include slides about "digital footprint", cyberbullying, and the dangers of social media sites for young students. It will also include a link to an inter
This low prep, editable game is a fun way to get your students thinking about internet safety! Our students are using the internet more and more every day, we need to prepare them to make safe decisions while online. They can work as partners or as a group to discuss 16 different internet safety sce
Roll & Respond game to help students discuss internet safety. Works individually, small group, or whole-class to discuss being tardy and on time.Students take turns rolling dice and answering corresponding questions.Black and White or Color versions included.Check out my store for other Roll an
This is a flash game I created to use with my 3rd grade classes during our annual Internet Safety Unit. It includes 8 multiple choice questions, addressing what kind of information is and is NOT ok to share online! This would be great for any kids, ages 7-10.While this game can be used at any time
This presentation can be done by teachers and/or administrators. Content is detailed and robust and is geared toward parents of K-3 students, but can be edited and customized by you if your needs differ. Includes statistics, goals, activities, NetSmartz kids resources, and much more!
This Internet Safety Board Game includes printable question cards and board game pieces for instructors wanting to develop awareness behind Internet safety. After printing out the materials, cutting each individual piece and laminating, the instructor may organize the board game as desired and place
This is a flash game I created to use with my 4th grade classes during our annual Internet Safety Unit. It includes 20 questions, including multiple choice, fill in the blank, and matching... all addressing the rules of internet safety! This would be great for any kids, ages 8-12.While this game can
Questions to support and review learning about Internet Safety for elementary students. Can be used to facilitate discussion or as questions for an Internet Safety game.
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Protecting our Students with Internet Safety is extremely important! Students have fun learning Internet Safety by playing a game. Included in the Internet Safety Tic-Tac-Toe Game is: - Directions to play the game - Internet Safety Questions to ask for the game. Students must answer the questions
Save 31% on 8 workplace safety and health activities that help students reduce job-related injuries and illnesses using real-life scenarios, hazards, consequences, acronyms, and best practices. Worker safety lessons include worksheets, card set/writing prompts, games, info-graphics, puzzles, and mor
This fun scoot activity gets students moving and gives them the opportunity to examine 30 scenarios and determine if the situations are safe or unsafe use of internet/technology. Scenarios resemble text messaging, websites, and photo sharing apps such as Instagram and SnapChat. Discuss scenarios to
Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety Jeopardy is an easy way to make digital citizenship fun! A great way to introduce or review with students to internet safety and being responsible on-line, this interactive game includes 25 questions and answers in the following five categories:CyberbullyingIn
This technology focused EDITABLE cyber safety guidance lesson helps students learn how to protect their information and themselves online. Students will be able to define cyber safety, identify how they can be a super cyber citizen, and identify what information is okay to share online. This resour
This is a Google Slides, distance learning, internet safety lesson addresses: Keeping our personal information private, using our manners online - netiquette, cyberbullying tactics, and how to handle cyberbullying. These days, children spend a lot of time surfing the internet. From watching videos o
Topics: Parent engagement, Digital citizenship Audience: Students Ages 5 to 7(read To), curriculum specialists, educators (k-3), parents Media type: e-book The titles in the Piano and Laylee Learning Adventures Series are resources for educators and parents wanting to introduce digital citizenshi
Cybersecurity game has students solve 5 puzzles to decipher a code to escape a digital attack. Social media and Internet safety skills are reinforced as groups of students solve a logic puzzle, cryptogram, do and don’t activity, word scramble, and multiple-choice questions to obtain the needed code
Social media activities teach students about safe and appropriate online behaviors. Save 14% on individual and small group lessons, including cards to be used as a group activity or writing prompts, a fun escape activity, and word searches. 17 print-and-go PDF pages plus answer keys. For an alternat

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